The Back and Future of Music.

Did you know that the 10 different products mentioned in the movie Back To The Future, which debuted in the summer of 1985, are actually here in today’s life?

The world with video access at your fingertips was a Back to the Future prediction, and it was spot on.

Not to forget, hoverboards, drones, smart cars, and biometrics.

Ironically, our love for futurists’ predictions can be found in many entertainment elements and Stranger Things. Being creative and hoping to push our fantasies into reality, especially when it comes to the many ways we can communicate and connect with the world, is why these products are alive today.  

Between The pandemics and The parodies, music is a medium that can help us to the next level of acceptance of change around us.  It’s etched in history, as many can remember where they were when they hear certain songs, and every year has songs to remember.

Virtual Dancing, Virtual Live Events, Virtually anything makes us wonder how the music industry seems to just roll with the times, good or bad. The beat goes on.

“Using AI as a tool to make music or aid musicians has been in practice for quite some time. In the ‘90s, David Bowie helped develop an app called the Verbasizer, which took the literary source material and randomly reordered the words to create new combinations that could be used as lyrics. In 2016, researchers at Sony used software called Flow Machines to create a melody in the style of The Beatles. This material was then turned over to human composer Benoît Carré and developed into a fully produced pop song called “Daddy’s Car.” (Flow Machines was also used to help create an entire album’s worth of music under the name SKYGGE, which is Danish for “shadow.”) On a consumer level, the technology is already integrated with popular music-making programs like Logic, a piece of software that is used by musicians around the world, and it can auto-populate unique drum patterns with the help of AI.”  –   HOW AI-GENERATED MUSIC IS CHANGING THE WAY HITS ARE MADE

The Future of Music, episode 2 By Dani [email protected] 

Even the most tech-savvy generation is having to adapt to using phones and technology. They are usually this technology for everyday tasks to show their schoolwork, talents, and communication even more with their friends as they #stayathome. Proms, Music Concerts, Sports Banquets, and Funerals also are being held in this digital world. Drive bys are now a good thing as graduations and birthday parties are celebrated with cars of people with their music blaring.   Learn how to throw a digital party… https://www.goodhousekeeping.com/life/g31818776/quarantine-birthday-party-ideas/

However, nothing is new when it comes to the turf war on the technology and apps world right now. On the leading video streaming app, TikTok, the number of children being embarrassed by their parents in virtual and with music is on the rise. In the past year, TikTok has become a monstrous force in the music industry — one that’s launched new stars resurfaced old hits and influenced mainstream music in a way that few platforms ever have.

Just like every generation before them, parents are using music, dancing, and the awkwardness of being from a different generation to create absolute emotional discomfort for their teenagers. This is nothing new, but it is funny that even in the future, we need the songs from our childhoods, and beyond to set us back to the peaceful and simpler times. The Wall Street Journal says that the most calming soundtracks during the #StayHome movement is oldies.

And you know it is here to stay when there is already a top ten list to the best live stream and self-isolation concerts to watch;

There is already the best of TikTok parents and their children dance;

No matter if it is on the street or digital, music virtually connects us as humans in this Back to The Future world.

Here’s to the Future: GetDUZY

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  1. Like!! Really appreciate you sharing this blog post.Really thank you! Keep writing.

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